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• Hamlet

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• Girl
There is no evidence I can see that this is the girl somehow satirizing or mocking the "nagging" one-way conversation of her mother. The closest any of the language gets to satire is the lines...

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• The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber
Francis Macomber and his wife, Margaret (Margot), are in Africa on safari. Their hunting guide is Robert Wilson. The story opens shortly after Francis had been exposed as a coward while hunting a...

• Literature
Literature is a "disciplined technique". It is not haphazard or spontaneous. Most of what happens in a piece of literature is carefully planned out over several writing sessions...hours if not...

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• Physics
According to the principle of floating, an object that floats in a liquid displaces an amount of liquid equal to the mass of the object. Therefore, if V is the volume of ice, its mass is V*density...

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• Seabiscuit: An American Legend
Red Pollard suffers a major leg injury during his training of another horse, and he is put into the hospital for an extended stay. Pollard is upset because he and Seabiscuit have been preparing...

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• Math
This question is answered using Newton's Second Law F = m a where F is the applied force, m is the mass, and a is the acceleration. Using this equation, we find that the force applied to the...

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• Math
This question is answered using Newton's Second Law F = m a where F is the applied force, m is the mass, and a is the acceleration. Using the mass and acceleration given in the question, we find...

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• Math
Mass is an invariant; that is, mass does not change from location to location. Therefore, the mass of the 98.3-kg boxer is 98.3 kg wherever he goes. Weight is a force, and is calculated using...

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• Math
To solve this problem, we use the Work-Energy Theorem Work = change in Kinetic Energy where Work is W = F d and Kinetic Energy is KE = 1/2 m v^2 The initial KE of the bullet is zero, so the change...

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• Social Sciences
I'm not enough of a scientist to answer the last part... As for the rest, I think the ethical and practical burden does and must always fall on the consumer. It is really impractical (and...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Boo Radley is supposed to have attacked his father with scissors. He is a mystery to the town--at least the younger community--because they've never seen him. He chooses to stay indoors and not...

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• Pygmalion
Absolutely. For one thing, Higgins takes on Eliza as a student due to a dare with a friend. Higgins, without regard for Eliza as a person at all, takes the dare that he can make her speak like...

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• Guide to Literary Terms
How about these suggestions: 1. an exciting job= "it's a blast every day!" (job=blast/bomb) 3. competiton= "Welcome to the rat race!" (competition as a race) or "This isn't my first rodeo"...

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• Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
Anthropomorphism is when human characteristics are given to inhuman characters. In Rikki, animals talk and interact as humans do.

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• To a Skylark
Shelley's ode "To a Skylark" was witten in 1820 when he was in Leghorn in Italy. Shelley compares the skylark to various objects in order to make the readers understand as much as is possible...

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Span of management is also called span of control and refers to the organization of relationships between management and workers. Management span may be narrow or wide. Narrow span means that there...

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• Science
NO!!! that is absolutely illegal

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For a start, the books for a penny are almost always secondhand. Sellers do not pay any tax on used books. They recieve a huge tax return each year. They also charge a hell of a lot more for...

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• Health
I am answering this question not just as a teacher, but of the parent of a teenage son who suffered from fairly serious acne and resulting scarring. First off, you should discuss this issue with...

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Budget is a statement of plan, targets or authorization of activities and operations of an organization expressed in monetary terms. There can be many different types of budgets depending upon the...

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I did some searching on youtube and Northeastern University has something called Open Classroom series. Here is a link to one of their economics courses. Hope this helps....

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• William Shakespeare
You may not like this answer, but this is how I've always looked upon Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." I see it as a story about two young people who are both in great need of "falling in love" in...

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Sort of depends on what you want to read it for. As someone who teaches economics, I would certainly recommend it for a couple of reasons. First of all, it's just pretty interesting to see...

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• A Modest Proposal
One reason to support the speaker's proposal in "A Modest Proposal" is that women nurse their young for one year in all events and a woman can be sustained during that year by her meager occupation...

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In Book VI of John Milton's Paradise Lost, Abdiel gives a double-sided defintion of servitude in response to Satan's definition in which he says servitude is the fit occupation for individuals who...

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"Worth it" is a personal opinion, so I can't really tell you. In my opinion, no class is worth it if it's not something you think you'd enjoy or something you know you have to take to achieve an...

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• The Sign of the Beaver
In describing the changes in the atmosphere as autumn approaches, the author says, "There (is) a chilliness inside (Matt) as well that neither the sun nor the fire ever quite reache(s). It...

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Whether you must take the SAT will depend on where you want to go to school and whether becoming a physical therapist requires a two-year or four-year degree. Many schools have associate's degree...

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• Warriors Don't Cry
I think that it meant that the Little Rock Nine were "warriors" in the cause of desegregation. Instead of crying about their circumstances and feeling sorry for themselves, they chose to "fight" by...

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• Roald Dahl
Theme: The theme in Roald Dahl's short story "Poison" is basically the conflict between reason and self-imposed neurosis. Harry represents the typical Westernized man whose tendency is to...

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• Essay Lab
The most obvious place I can see to add to this speech is after your first or second sentence. You say that homeschooling is the best way to address problems, but you don't give any sort of...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Since public schools are often microcosms of the larger society of the town that they are in, Harper Lee cleverly introduces the caste system that operates in Maycomb, Alabama, in the 1930s. In...

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• The Outsiders
LAWYER'S DEFENSE. (1) I would absolutely plead self-defense, since Pony and Johnny were attacked and had to defend themselves. Johnny thought Pony was going to be drowned and feared that he would...

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• History
This is a bit much of a question... multi-part and way beyond the scope of a 90-word answer. So I'll really abbreviate it... Main goal of the Revolution, at least in the long term, is the idea of...

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• The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
The notion of the hyphenated American lies at the heart of Alexie's work. Junior feels as if he is not completely immersed in either the Native American world or the White setting. This raises an...

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• Physics
In the parallel circuit there are 2 resistances: 68 Ohms (say R1) and other not known for its value and let it be R2 and ilet us find it out. For a parallel circuit, the the total current I is...

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• Oedipus Rex
The original founder was Cadmus, who was actually a Phoenician and not a Greek.

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• Lord of the Flies
The group that assembles at the blowing of the conch represents organized society. The argument during this late assembly in chapter 5 is about ghosts and beasts. Piggy believes in the assembly,...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Because Jem had destroyed Mrs. Dubose's flowers, his father forced him to go to her and do whatever chores she asked. She wanted Jem to read to her, particularly Ivanhoe. Ivanhoe is about a...

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• The Crucible
If anyone is going to be a candidate for the comic relief character in this play, it is going to be Giles Corey. He is the most likely out of all of the very dramatic and serious characters that...

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• History
For most of the time before 1764, the British had more or less left the colonies alone. They let them govern themselves to a large extent, and didn't enforce too many rules on their trade. After...

• To Kill a Mockingbird
In Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird, one of Atticus's most often repeated lessons of life to his children concerns his explanation that one must climb into another person's skin and walk...

• Eating Poetry
The most likely message that Mark Strand is trying to communicate in his poem is the joyous experience that reading really good poetry often can be for people. When you read a really good poem,...

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• Science
If we classify any and every experiment done on animals is cruelty that needs to be stopped than we will need to classify many more of our normal activities as cruel. The number of animals we kill...

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• Ender's Game
The significance of the end game in the novel is that Ender discovers, after it is over, that it was all real. The entire time that he had been doing the "simulated" interactive computer games,...

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• Social Sciences
Scientists perform teston animals for the sake of research and improving the lives of humans. For instance, being able to clone sheep may lead to being able to clone humans, or make humans "better"...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
The film version of Dracula had just been released in 1931 when Dill bragged about having seen it to Jem and Scout in the opening chapter of Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. It made an...

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• Death of a Salesman
One of the major narrative elements that makes Death of a Salesman a realistic play is the development of the play's protagonist Willy Loman as an antihero. Willy is very much an average American...

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